The Sister City Partnership started sending aid to Cincinnati’s friends in Kharkiv as soon as Russia invaded Ukraine. Now they wait, worry, and work to maintain as much connection as possible.
Almost 50 years after receiving original bedroom pieces designed by once-famed architect Joseph Urban, the Cincinnati Art Museum finally puts them on display.
Even though Cincinnati is far from the coasts and has been called a “climate haven,” threats from summer heat, winter warming, heavy rains, and flooding are real and growing. Local leaders are working on strategies for both mitigation and adaptation.
An Over-the-Rhine boxing club gives city kids a place to learn and train, fills their bellies, and always keeps them safe.
Even now, but certainly by the time he retires, the shy kid from Canada has better career numbers for Cincinnati than Bench, Larkin, Morgan, Robinson, or Rose. Yet he's the only one of them not to play in a World Series for the Reds.
Over the past 150 years, the secretive families of Scottish and Irish travelers developed an unbreakable bond with Cincinnati.
Eight CCM grads talk about the challenges of building a New York theater career, learning to adjust during the pandemic, and the lessons they still carry from their time at the University of Cincinnati.
A bipartisan coalition of state lawmakers hopes to end executions and make Ohio the 24th state to stop the death penalty’s “failed experiment.” Joe Deters is not on board.
A new pressurized natural gas pipeline pitted Duke Energy against Hamilton County residents who didn’t want it running under their streets or near their schools. With construction completed, the focus now shifts to safe operations.
The Lawrenceburg native fell in love with skiing at Perfect North and chased his dreams at three Olympics, including the 2022 Games in Beijing. But his longest and hardest journey has been chasing peace and perspective.